A good conversation is inclusive of multiple perspectives and ideas. In this 90-minute session, experience a conversation framework that promotes engagement, collaboration, and discovery resulting in a shared appreciation and understanding that drives teams to better-informed decisions and actions. And while this conversation framework is effective both in-person and virtually, this session focuses on how facilitators can encourage active engagement and inclusive participation when we meet online. You will learn multiple tools on how to provide opportunities for participants to engage in a meaningful and impactful conversation.
With great heart and wisdom, Stephanie Ahles leads the HueLife training program providing inspiration and vision around curriculum development and program design and delivery. She is dedicated to a deep comprehension of the methods and the highest quality standards and has the unparalleled ability to quickly and collaboratively create experiences that align with our clients' goals. An expert HUE Methods trainer and facilitator, a certified ToP facilitator and mentor trainer, a certified Scrum Master, and an accredited Lumina Practitioner, Stephanie has over 20 years of leadership experience in county government as well as expertise working with for-profit and nonprofit organizations. She specializes in leadership and organizational development, change and project management, and strategic planning. She has an MA in Public Administration and a BA in Psychology and Social Work.
With an eye for high quality and attention to detail, Jeremy Kautza collaborates on the development of HUE curriculum and program design for HueLife. He is deeply committed to the principles of inclusion and profound respect and strives to foster a shared understanding and appreciation in every group he serves. An expert HUE Methods trainer and facilitator, a certified ToP facilitator and mentor trainer, a certified Scrum Master, and an accredited Lumina Practitioner, Jeremy has over 20 years of facilitation and training experience in a wide variety of settings. Most notable is his in-depth expertise in strategic planning, conflict resolution, organizational change management, and participatory facilitation methods in higher education and other service organizations. He is an internal consultant for the University of Wisconsin and prior to this served as the director of the Office of Interest-Based Problem Solving at Madison Area Technical College, and has worked as a consultant for numerous public entities and non-profit organizations helping them resolve conflicts and make decisions that bring people together and move the organization forward. Jeremy has a Bachelor of Science degree in mathematics and Master of Science degrees in curriculum and instruction and in educational leadership and policy analysis, all from UW–Madison.
This program aligns with the Developing Professional Capability area of the ATD Capability Model
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